i want to develop a remote pc desktop visualizer. just like as in team viewer. any help regarding to this
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I get this message when I try to launch a report (.rdl) from Windows Sharepoint 2007.ÃÂ I have followed the steps to integrate SQL 2005 SP2 with Sharepoint 2007.ÃÂ I can launch the report by navigating to "http://server:880/reportserver/.."ÃÂ I am using a shared datasource that I created within sharepoint.ÃÂ Any help would be appreciated.
I am modifying a SharePoint site and so far so good. Some of the objects were created using Visual Studio 2008 (C#). I was able to modify these objects and implement them on the targete machine without issue. The final step is to implement
the ASPX pages that were modified using SharePoint Designer 2007. These are aspx pages that are used to modify items in lists. All the pages involved in this upgrade are customized. I need to upgrade the target site with the modified version
of these pages. My intent is to copy the code from the page in the source site and past it into the same page on the target site. I tried using the Remote Web Site connection tool in SharePoint Designer 2007 but received the following error message:
"Unable to open 'https://(site address)'. Server Error: Could not find a Web server at 'website'. Please check to make sure that the Web server name is valid and your proxy settings are set correctly. If you are sure that everything
is correct, the Web server may be temporarily out of service."
I am not sure how to first check to see if the Web Server is temporarily out of service. I would appreciate your input on how to verify this.
Background information of target machine: WinServer 2008, IIS 7, Sharepoint (MOSS2007), site on port 80
I have a .net Remoting application. I would like to do some tracking when connections are made. Is there a way to interrogate connections being made to my remote object?
I have a singleton object, running as a service. Basically when a ui connects I want to report back the state, and any pending messages. So by looking at the connections I can keep a ptr to the next group of messages based on the
client that connected.
Any insight into this would be a big help.
I try to implement a file storage and recovery system using WCF and NetTcpBinding, when I test the system locally (in the same sub-red) all work fine, but I can't communicate with my server application from another domain (not in the same sub-red). I was
verify all the configuration for my machine firewall, router and application, but I not see the problem. My question is: Is possible that WCF or more precisely NetTcpBinding require extra configuration for remote access? It is my app.config file...
I have server and I install windows server2003 With sqlserver 2008
and I have Application with vb.net2008 and i want to make connection between the application and sql server 2008
wht Is steps to make them>>>>??
i want remote connection in my office network
plz help me...
Am creating a C# Windows Application. Am using SQL Server 2000 as my database. I have created a setup for my application. I have to install the application in some computers connected through WORKGROUP. Now am installing my application in a client machine
which doesn't have any SQL Server or Visual Studio. After installing i need to configure the App.Config to set the ConnectionString. How can i do this?
This is my connection string after installing. How can i modify this to access remote sql server?
<add key="ConnectionString" value="Password=sa;Persist Security Info=True;User ID=sa;Initial Catalog=Fahd;Data Source=(local)"/>
I've just installed sql server 2008 on a vista server, unfortunately I forgot to enable remote connection when I was installing it. As I need this feature really I tried to enable I but "Surface Area Configuration" of sql 2005 seems to be vanished in this new version. Despite I searched like 2 hours, I couldn't find any useful solution, interestingly all the results are either nonsense or related to 2005 version.
Please me what the hell should I do and I believe many people will use your answer!
Thank you in advance
Hey guys move if in wrong area
I am trying to create a bit of a VPN program using sql server.
I have figured out how to have a form grab the users ip address and port from a tcp connection and store it into a table.
Now I want to integrate this directly into the sql server.
I know you can filter connections by IP using login triggers but is there a way to do the same when a command is issued to the database.
I get this error message when i kick off my web service to run. It gathers survey feedback from a database via http soap. Recently i put in a proxy that is required for access to internet. The web service started to fail that day as well. Can anyone tell me how i could hard code the proxy that should be used by the web service? I found this link: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/307220
and tried editing the machine.config file but that didn't fix my issue. Any Ideas?
8/2/2007 1:02:25 PMThe underlying connection was closed: Unable to connect to the remote server.ÃÂ ÃÂ at System.Net.HttpWebRequest.CheckFinalStatus()ÃÂ ÃÂ at Syst